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THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1939.
PLATTSMOTTTH SE1H - WEEKLY JOUBNAL
Mr. Ole Olsen was at Grand Island
on a business trip Tuesday.
The Lions club held their regular
luncheon meeting Wednesday at the
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Pool, of
the University of Nebraska, were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Pool.
The Philip Comptons left Friday
for Bloomington, Nebraska where
they will make their home.
William Willis, of Springfield, IHU
ncis, is a visitor at the home of his
brother-in-law, L. M. Wade.
Bill Johnson has painted the front
of the new Johnson cafe established
recently by his brother, Art Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshall spent
Monday evening at Wabash, where
they were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Towle.
A crew of eight men are in town
taking an inventory of the Weeping
Water plant belonging to the Ne
braska Power company.
Lieut. Wm. D. Morgan returned
Wednesday evening from a month's
leave of absence which he spent with
r.'latives and friends at St. Joe.
The Friendly Ladies, a society of
Weeping Water ladies held their first
meeting of the fall season with Mrs.
Henry Croxier Wednesday of this
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wolcott and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolcott mo
tored to Shenandoah, Iowa, Sunday,
returning home by the way of Platts
mouth. Ralph Ringer who is employed in
Lincoln was a visitor over the week
end at the home of his parents. Mr.
r.nd Mrs. G. R. Binger in Weeping
Mrs. Harry Green of Union was
the guest of Mrs. Harry O'Brien
Monday and Mrs. Lester Shoemaker,
also of Union visited with her friend
Mrs. E. M. Ruby.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Elgaard re
turned home Tuesday from a three
days visit at the home of Mr. El
gaard's brother, Soren Elgaard and
wife at Danneburg.
This sudden cold spell following
the intense heat of thep ast few
wreks found many unprepared. Con
sequently the gas man i3 kept busy
connecting heating stoves.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Munkres, Mr.
rind Mrs. Clyde Fitzpatrick and
Eilcne Fitzpatrick motored to Peru
Sunday to spend the day at the home
ot Mr. and Mrs, Emile Nitz.
Mrs. Ray Martin and wife of Kan
sas City, the latter being axsister of
W. H. Ash have been visiting at
the Ash home for the past week and
all have enjoyed the visit very much.
The Idle-a-Wile Bridge club met
Friday at the home of Mrs. L. P.
Wolcott with two visitors, Mrs. C. E.
Pay and Mrs. C. V. Wallick present.
High score was won by Mrs. Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Stoker and son
Trmmr, of Shelby, Iowa, spent Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Stoker's
mother. Mrs. Thomas Murtey. They
report that corn is good in their
part of Iowa.
Mrs. Ray Smith had as her guests
Friday Mrs. Clifford Cooper and
daughter Jeanine and Mrs. E. M.
Ruby. The occasion was her birth
day and these ladies came in to help
Mrs. Edward Lorensen was called
to Friend one day last week to at
tend the funeral of her cousin,
Frank Kellough. She was accom-
panied by her sister, Miss Ruth
Hastie. of College Springs. Iowa.
Wlllard Clapp was a business visi
tor in Weeping Water last Tuesday
morning and while here was also
visiting his many friends. Mr. Clapp
makes his home a short distance this
side of Elmwood.
Ott Mogensen living northeast of
Weeping Water is having some crib
room provided for the farm in addi
tion to what there already is. a crib
being built nine by eighteen and
ten feet in height.
W. F. Schleifert of between Man
ley and Weeping Water was a visi
tor In Weeping Water Tuesday of
this week having some business mat
ters to look after and also visiting
with hi3 friend G. R. Binger.
Miss Mayme Michelson and Miss
NOAH didn't need the
ark before it rained, yet
he built it in dry weath
er. In the same way, you
need insurance before a
disaster ocenrs. Better
get yours today! . .
Searl S. Davis
OFFICES I 3D FLOOU
Plaits. State Bank BIdg.
Ruth Wade were In Ashland Friday
attending a meeting for Camp Fire
guardians and Camp Fire sponsors.
Speakers were present from Lincoln
and from New York City to instruct
them in their work. . .
Guests at the E. M. Ruby home
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Loren
Mickel and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Elrod, all of Denton; Mrs.
Floyd Ruby and daughter Charmaine,
of Shenandoah, Iowa; and Mr. and
Mr 8. Clifford Cooper and family.
The Standard Bearers met Tues
day evening at the home of their
leader, Mrs. Clyde Fitzpatrick, and
spent the evening malting scrap
books to be taken to the meeting of
the Standard Bearers to be held in
Omaha Oct. 6. The meeting of the
organization expect to attend the
banquet with their meeting.
The Woman's Guild of the Congre
gational church held a meeting Wed
nesday in the basement of the church
with Mrs. Rudolph Hart, Mrs. Har
old Wiles, Mrs. Arthur Rough and
Mrs. Amos Bates as hostesses, and
Mrs. Ben Olive and Mrs. Rasmus
Lauritzen in charge of the program.
It was their annual Thank Offering
The Wm. Hohmans and Sanford
Hohmans went to Murray Sunday to
attend a reunion of the Hohman fam
ily in honor of Eugene Gruber, who
is at home on a furlough. Eugene
H with the navy stationed at San
Pedro, California, and is with the
17. S. Colorado, which is now in dry
dock at Bremerton, Washington, for
a complete overhauling.
Eighteen members of the Eliza
beth chapter O. E. S. attended a
meeting -of their lodge at Nebraska
City Tuesday evening when guests
were present from six chapters and
initiation work was put on by the
visiting members, with the Grand
Worthy Matron and the Grand Wor
thy Patron and otfcer representa
tives of the Grand Lodge as guests
Mr. and Mrs. Al More and daugh
ter Joan, of Hayes City, Kansas were
guests of Mrs. More's brother, Clif
ford Cooper and wife Saturday. They
left Saturday evening for Lincoln
where they stayed until Sunday when
they returned to their home. They
report that there is little corn in
that part of Kansas but they brought!
with them some Kansas watermelons,
one of which weighed sixty pounds.
Ole Olsen went to Omaha Monday
to visit two men who are employed
at his quarries and whet were badly
injured in an automobile accident.
Mr. Olscn reports that Mr. Land is
is getting along nicely and hoping
to be able to return home within a
week, but Mr. DeVoll's injuries have
proven to be more serious than first
reported. He probably will be con
fined to the hospital for some time.
Will Spend Winter in South.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Cole who
last winter made their home at
Phoenix, N. M.. are again to winter
in the warmer climate. They will
not leave for a month or so yet.
Speaking of the expense as compared
to staying here they say that it
costs less to live there than it does
to stay here, and the cost of going
and returning home in the spring is
Found Country Very Dry.
Earl Oldham who last week made
a trip witn a trucK ioaa oi iurm
ture which he was taking for a
party moving from Weeping Water
to Bloomington, found it very dry
out that way and imagine his sur
prise to find Just out of Hastings a
field of corn which was equal to
any in Iowa and Illinois and he was
still wondering until he came to a
pumping station which kept the field
supplied with water during the hot
and dry summer. Mr, Oldham drove
to Bloomington with his load of
goods and returned the same day,
arriving home at just midnight.
Enjoying Their New Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy L. Davis had
some expert carpet layers from Oma
ha at their home last week, who
were laying carpets and arranging
furniture in their new home. The
writer was asked to inspect the new
home and found it admirably ap
pointed in all its arrangements, with
the reception and living rooms in
the front of the house with two bed
rooms adjacent and the kitchen and
dining room in close proximity, with
a den for Mr. Davis iu the rear
with a south exposure, while down
etairs was the wash room or laundry,
storage and furnace room.
The house presents a perfect home
In its appointments and furnishings.
They have worked long and hard
during the years which have passed
and are surly entitled to a good
Heart FrotheT and Sister Sick.
George Weishart, who is now70
years of age, but who does not
know when to cease work was cut
ting borne cedar trees down at the
Lome of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Tours
lnnd, who have been making some
improvements on their home and
are having the trees removed to bet
ter th landscape gardening. Mr,
WeishaH received from his sister,
Mrs. Charles Wernke of Longmont,
Colorado, who is 79 years of age, the
message hat she was very seriously
ill. Mr. WeifShart would like to go
to see his sister, but cannot get
away. He also received a letter from
a brother, George Weishart of Man
kato, Kansas, who is also very ill.
Visitors Her Last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aaskew were
host and hostess at their home just
vest of Weeping Water last Sunday
rhen they had as guests Messrs. and
Mesdames Virgil Sudduth and fam
ily of near Murray and Guy Buchanon
ind family of south of Nehawka.
rhey all enjoyed a very fine visit for
Ihe day. The ladies are daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Askew,
5Cth Wedding: Anniversary.
On September 25, 1889 in Weep
ing Water was solemnized the wed
ding of Joseph I. L. Corley and Miss
Maude Hubbard. The bride, Miss
Hubbard, was daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hubbard, was born in
Weeping Water and has lived here all
her life. Her father, Henry Hubbard
was a miller as well as a millwright,
:ompleted a mill that had been start
ed and also built two more mills one
down the creek southeast of Weep
ing Water and one west of town, up
the creek. These he conducted for
a number of years. Mr. and Mrs.
Hnbhard were a very prominent
couple, Mrs. Hubbard living to be 83
rears of age while her husband lived
to pass his 94th birthday anniver
sary. The groom. Joseph I. Corley had
ome to Weeping Water from Lincoln
ome three vears before, and had
!een a clerk in an Institution for
some three or four years.
There still remain in Weeping
Water four of the nearly 200 guests
who attended the wedding and they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corley
at the observance of the anniversary.
Those to attend both the wedding
r.nd the anniversary are Mr. and Mrs.
George Olive, Mr. Oliver K. Crom
well and Anna Hubbard, sister of
the bride of years ago.
I. W. Teegarden of California was
also at the wedding fifty years ago.
The day after the wedding was a
memorable day for Weeping Water
as on that day was laid the corner
stone of a new building which was
to be a sewing machine factory.
which ceremony was attended by a
large number of people, which was
In charge of the Masonic lodge. This
promised to be a very worth while
industry for the new town of Weep
ing Water. It was difficult to com
pete with the large and powerful
sewing machine companies so strong
ly located in the east, among which
were the Singer, the Howe, the Eld
ridee. the Domestic and the old
Wheeler & Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Corley have con
tinued to reside in Weeping Water
and have a host of friends who ex
tend well wishes and congratula
tions. In this the Journal joins,
wishing that their later years may be
blessd with prosperity, health, hap
piness and a host of loyal friends.
Garden Club Meets.
The Weeping Water Garden club
met Friday evening at the home of
Mrs. F. H. Gorder with "Bulbs" as
the subject for hte evening. Mrs.
G. S. Hunt read "an article on the
planting and the care of bulbs and
the remainder of the time was spent
In discussion. As the next meeting
will be on the subject of "Trees" It
was decided to have an outdoor
weiner roast in the city park on Fri
day, October 13.
Sing at Community Program.
The Philander Smith College sing
ers from Little Rock, Arkansas, ar
rived in town in time to sing two
numbers at the community program
on the street Saturday evening and
the r-i'dlenee was delighted with
their singing so on Sunday morn
ing at ten o'clock, when they were
scheduled to give a sacred concert
at the Methodist church the audi
torium was filled and the doors into
the Sunday school room had to be
opened to make room for the crowd
who came to hear them. There were
seven singers, four men and three
women and their leader. Their songs
were the songs of their own people
and written by their own people. The
voices of the singers were excellent
and' they showed excellent training,
and possessed the rare harmony pe
culiar to the colored singers. Their
work was very pleasing as ensemble
clnging and two solos. "Deej River"
and "Old Man River" were especially
Hold Pleasant Gathering.
The new home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Thnrsland was the scene of
a pleasant gathering Sunday eve
ning which, took the form of a bouse
warming. The men of the party
were frienda of Mr. Tbursland when
at the ,CCC camp and they have re
tained a warm friendship. The eve
ning tas spent in a social way with
delicious refreshments served by Mrs.
Thurslund late in the eyenng. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Shantz, Mr. and Mrs. Laudie Vculeck,
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Cameron,
Betty Wolcott, La Verne Gibson, Jack
Hayes and Lawrence Hauseman.
There is a group of women living
in the southeast part of town who
have a delightful small club all their
own. and they always manage to
have a good time. Last Monday they
celebrated the birthdays of three of
their members which all came last
week. They were Mrs. Fred Wild
rick, Mrs. S. Ray Smith and Mrs.
Robert Baker. The meeting was held
nt the home of Mrs. Wildrick. The
afternoon was spent playing pinochle
after which a most delightful lunch
34 Men to Leave Camp.
The news from Camp Cass this
week is that 34 of their men will
be discharged this week. Twenty
of these men have served their full
two years. Fourteen have asked for
a discharge. On October 2 there will
be 73 new men enroll. Sixty-two of
these will be from Lincoln and 11
from Cass county. Fifty of these
men will remain at Camp Cass and
the remaining 23 will be trans
ferred to Valentine. The 23 will be
chosen alphabetically, taking the
first ones on the list.
Secures Position in New York.
Miss Helen Norton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Norton went
to New York City a few weeks ago
to visit her brothers and word has
come that she has accepted a posi
tion there with the Corn Products
Refining Co., in the main office, and
will remain in New York. Miss Nor
ton was stenographer at the Farm
Bureau office and is very proficient
In her work and her many friends
here are happy to hear of her new
Our services are within the reach
of everyone. Porter Funeral Home,
C. E. Morris was a visitor In Platts
mouth last Monday morning trans
acting business at the court house.
Miss Marjorie Hoback and brother
Donald were in Nebraska City last
Saturday afternoon visiting friends.
Ivan Balfour has been making
some changes in the plumbing at
his home prior to the coming of
A delegation of ;the members of
the Union fire department were in
Nebraska City to attend the district
convention which was held last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Becker were
guests last Sunday at the home of
their son, Roy Becker and family
just in the edge of Otoe county, where
they visited for the day.
Upon Invitation from the Baptist
church which was extended to mem
bers of the Methodist church will
meet and. worship with the Baptist
church next Sunday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Ost and daughter, Betty,
were in Lincoln last Monday where
they were arranging for a place for
Petty to stay while she is attending
3chool at Lincoln this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor were
in Plattsmouth Thursday of last week
attending the celebration. Mrs. Tay
lor also attended Saturday to see the
school parade, which was caught in
Happiness came to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Todd in the
shape of a very fine little daughter,
who has brought sunshine and happi
ness to the home. Mother and daugh
ter are doing nicely.
Mrs. Florence Taylor was over
northeast of Nehawka the greater
part of this week caring for her
daughter, Mrs. Henry A. Schwartz
who is very ill with arthritis, but is
reported as being slightly better.
Miss Helen Fahrlander of Ogallala
who has been visiting with friends
and relatives in and near Union for
the past two weeks departed Mon
day evening for her home in the
west after having enjoyed her stay
here very pleasantly.
C. W. Hoback. whose hand was so
seriously Infected is getting along
very nicely now, and the hand show
ing, signs of mending rapidly. Mr.
and Mrs. Hoback were in Platts
mouth last Saturday to see the school
parade and as well to witness the
high dive of Captain Hugo.
Senator Fred L. Carsten, A. D.
Crunk and D. B. Porter were appoint
ed as judges of the horse exhibit
at the King Korn Karnlval at Platts
mouth, they occupying the reviewing
stand as the parade of horses went
by. They served also at the horse
Mrs. Anna PierBon and daughter,
Mrs. Ruth Watson and Mr3. Jennie
Foreman motored down from Lin
coln Sunday for a visit with Mrs.
Eikenbary. After lunch the four
ladies motored to Nebraska City for
an outing and to view the scenic
beauty of the orchards on the way.
Mrs. Eva Campbell Amos of Cus
ter county, formerly of this vicinity,
who with her husband was motor
ing home from a two weeks visit
with a son at Shubert, stopped Mon
day morning for a brief visit with
old friends, Mrs. Eikenbary and sis
ter and Mrs. Mable Reynolds and
J. J. Pollard of Nehawka was in
Union last Monday to secure Rev.
W. A. Taylor to minister to the
funeral of the late E. M. Pollard
who funeral was held last Wednes
day afternoon from the Methodist
church of Nehawka. But Rev. Tay
lor was in very poor health and
could not accept the call.
Methodists Had Fine Float.
The Methodist church of Union
was represented in Plattsmouth last
Sunday by a very attractive float in
the parade, and also participated in
the program which was the last of
the celebration at the Plattsmouth
In Cass County Many Years.
Mrs. Minnie Anderson, mother of
Frank L. Anderson of Union, who
is very active, doing her own house
work and living alone, was born in
Plattsmouth in 1857, October 14,
and has spent the greater portion of
her life in Cass county. Mrs. An
derson, whose name was Minnie Wil
son, was born south of Plattsmouth
in a house which stood on what
was formerly the Cass county fair
grounds while the fair was in Platts
mouth years ago. She will be 82
years of age October 14.
Came to America 63 Years Ago.
Mrs. Clara Towne who has made
her home in Union for many years
was born in South Wales, England
"0 years ago and when she was seven
years of age came to Americat with
her parents, and while she has at
tained these years she is still very
active and works to make her living.
Coming over to this country she
p-prnt two months on the sea on a
Visited at Alvo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banning. Mr.
and'. Mrs. Carl Peters of Nebraska
City, and Lucean Banning of Union
and Miss Helen Fahrlander .of
Ogallala who has been visiting in
Union for some time, made a merry
party who drove to Alvo last Sunday
where they were guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Banning for
the day and a very fine dinner.
Hears Brother-in-Law Very Sick.
D. B. Porter received a message
from Seven Mile Creek, Va., that D.
D. Rice, husband of Mr. Porter's sis
ter, who was about 64 years of
age, had been stricken with a blood
clot on the brain. No further infor
mation was received other than that
the unfortunate man had been
stricken. Last Sunday Mr. Porter
went to Plattsmouth to inform an
other brother, John T. Porter of the
W. H. Porter and wife are brother
and sister-in-law while J. C. Snavely
is also a brother-in-law, Mrs. Grace
Woods being a sister of Mrs. Rice,
v hile Wade Porter of Omoha and
George M. Porter and Mrs. Ada Van
Petten are brother and sister-in-law
of the unfortunate man.
W. C. T. U. Has Many Guests.
The Union W. C. T. U. held their
regular meeting last Tuesday at the
parlors of the Baptist church and
had extended a cordial invitation to
all members in the county to.come
and meet with them and there was a
large number from over the county
who enjoyed the splendid program.
Ladies' Aid Hold Fine Met.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church met Tuesday of this week at
the home of Mrs. Wayne Ackley
khere she and her co-hostess, Mrs.
Charles Meredith entertained the
members. A very interesting pro
gram was presented and a delightful
lunch served. They planned for their
winter's work which we are assured
will be most interesting.
EAGLE HEWS ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mick, of
Lincoln, visited relatives in Eagle
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piersol of
Lincoln called at the L. W. Piersol
home last Sunday, evening.
Mrs. Bertha Wulf of Lincoln vis
ited her mother, Mrs. Pauline Oller
man last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Fred Weyers and son, Dickie,
of Wabash visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Rudolph the first of tbis week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shumaker and
son of Auburn visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Trunkenbolz Isst Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slosson
and Sara Lee spent the week end in
Rising City with Mrs. Slosson 's par
ents. Mrs. Dwlght Earl entertained ten
little folks in honor of her daugh
ter, Berneta Belle, on her birthday
Miss Maxine Wetenkamp returned
from LaSalle. Colorado, last Friday
after having spent a week with old
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manners and
Barbara Ann visited relatives at
Elkhart. Indiana, from Thursday un
til Monday of this week.
Floyd Hursh came from Grand
Island last Saturday, and visited un
til Sunday evening with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hursh.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wright visited
in Weeping Water last Sunday as
quests at the home of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Floyd Hite and Mr. Hite.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Sexson motor
ed to Beloit. Kansas, and visited un
til Thursday with their daughter,
Mrs. Lawrence McMaster, Mr. Mc
Master and family.
Mrs. Amelia Witt, Miss Sara Witt
and Miss Thomas of Lincoln called
at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Aug
ust Schwegman and Mr. and Mrs.
John K. Rockenbach last Sunday
Mrs. H. L. Scattergood, Mrs. Bells
Jack, Mrs. G. H. Palmer, Mrs. J. L.
Wall, Mrs. M3rtle Robertson and
Mrs. Perry Colbert attended the Cass
county W. C. T. IT. convention at
Union on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rockenbach,
Sr., who celebrated their 50th wed
ding anniversary last July, were
honored at a special church service
last Sunday at their church near
Rennet. This is a custom of the
The choir of the Trinity Lutheran
church honored Miss Maxine Weten
kamp, who is to wed Dallas Fifer of
LaSalle, Colorado, October 2, at a
party at the church Tuesday even
ing of this week. The honoree re
ceived a gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rudolph of
Eagle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mills of
Murdock and Mrs. Emily Gonzales
of Elmwood enjoyed a motor trip to
Colorado, where they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Reeve and family of
LaSalle over the week end.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Iock
enbach last Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Marian Reihart and daughter
of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Christ
Sorensen and family of Palmyra, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Retzlaff and sons,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold RetzlafT and
Mr. and Mrs. William Branscom of
AValton and Mr. and Mrs. John Rock
enbach and sons of Eagle.
Entertained W. C. T. TJ.
Mrs. Edward Gerhard entertained
the local W. C. T. U. at her home
last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Perry
Colbert was in charge of the lesson.
Guests were Mrs. Eldee McKay of
Palmyra, Mrs. Herman Kirchhoff and
Miss Dorothea Keil.
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
0. E. S. Kensington
Mrs. E. C. Oberle entertained he
kensington at her home last Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Slosson, the
president, presided. Plans were made
for a birthday luncheon to be given
in honor of part of the members in
October. After the meeting was ad
journed, the rest of the afternoon
whs spent playing bingo.
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
The guests were Mrs. A. H. Siek
man, Mrs. Emma Judkins, Mrs. Jor
dan of Alvo, Mrs. George Reitter,
Miss Caroline Reitter, Mrs. Floyd
Siekman, Mrs. M. E. Boren, Mrs. W.
B. Hursh and Miss Dorothea Keil.
A number of relatives gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Adams last Sunday. The reunion
was planned in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Lois Lowery of Corpus Christ!,
Texas, who are visiting Mrs. Low
ery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Jacobsen and other relatives in Ne
braska. The following enjoyed the day at
the Adams home: Mr. and Mrs. Lois
Lowery of Corpus Christi, Texas,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jacobsen and
Charles and Janice Jacobsen of
Martell, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jac
obsen and son Jerry of Behnet, Mr.
and Mrs. George McFadden and
Dorothy and Janice and Mr. and
Will August of Nehawka, Mr." and
Mrs. Jay Busker of Akron, Iowa,
Jules Busker of Sioux City, Iowa,
Mrs. Jim Simmons" of Lincoln, E. P.
Betts and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McFadden of Eagle.
We can furnTsrv yoa wrzu Rub
ber Stamps made to order at a
price considerably below that you
have been paying. Prompt servloa.
If you need stamps, see us.
A new floor has been placed on
the bridge near the Charles Bates
place, which has been rather rickety,
placing the structure In excellent
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kruger of
Plattsmouth and their little daugh
ter, Helen Jane, were guests last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Kruger in Nehawka.
Mesdames John Kettlehut and
Ilerbie Kuntz were in Plattsmouth
Friday of last week looking after
;ome business matters and tight-seeing
at the King Korn Karnival.
Elmer Philpot and wife were in
Plattsmouth Saturday of last week
?njoying the school parade and tell
nf the rain spoiling the decoration
nt a number of floats in the parade.
R. C. Tollard was called to Lin
coln last Monday on account of the
death of his brother, Hon. E. M.
Pollard, who passed away last Fun
day afternoon. The funeral was held
Wednesday of this week. While Mr.
Pollard was away the business at
the office was looked after by James
Gave Fine Entertainment.
The Negro sextet of Little Rook.
Ark., who have been touring the
'country giving concerts In Methodist
churches, who were at Elmwood Rome
time ago. but who appeared at the
state conference of the Methodist
church in Lincoln, were In Nehawka
last Sunday where they gave a very
interesting program, the ofiering
going for the benefit of the Phil
ander college for colored students at
Received Severe Injuries.
Mrs. Joseph F. Behrns ome two
months ago had the misfortune to
slip and fall when leaving their
chicken house, fracturing her hip.
which has kept her In bed since.
However she is just now getting out
on crutches, and able to walk that
way. To make matters worse, the
husband. Joseph F. P.ehrens while as
sisting in unloading hay Into the
barn last Friday, when the load was
nearly off, it being unloaded by a
power fork, Mr. Behrns set the fork
to take the last forkful and as it
was a finger for it grabbed the hay
rack which when the team pulled
lifted the rack with the hay, throw
ing Mr. Behrens to the gwund out
side the rack, causing the fracture
o; one of his hips. As the fracture
was very severe he was taken to a
Lincoln hospital where tl doctors
said be would have to remain ten
days before the bone could be set.
Entertained at Picnic Iinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin King and
Homer Peterson and wife, all were
guests Monday evening of this week
cf Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wunder
lich, when they all enjoyed a pirnlc
dinner at the park of Mr. and Mrs.
Wunderlich. While the ;ir was
slightly crisp they had a very fine
Not Feeling the Pest.
John G. Wunderlich. who las been
in poor health for some time and
was for a while kept to his bed all
the time, but later some beter so
that he could be taken out for a
ride, was taken worse train and
wr.s taken to the home of bis da'ish
ter. Mrs. Sadie Shrader. where he I
being cared for. His many friend
are hoping for a speedy recovery.
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